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Definition of Terebratulid

Terebratulid
Terebratulid Ter`e*brat"u*lid, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any species of Terebratula or allied genera. Used also adjectively.

Meaning of Terebratulid from wikipedia

- Sea urchins very common, along with crinoids, starfish, sponges, and terebratulid and rhynchonellid brachiopods. Breakup of Pangaea into Gondwana and Laurasia...
- animals within the lophotrochozoans. Brachiopod morphology Cranaena, a terebratulid from the Middle Devonian of Wisconsin. A Carboniferous brachiopod Neospirifer...
- Terebratulids are one of only three living orders of articulate brachiopods, the others being the Rhynchonellida and the Thecideida. Craniida and Lingulida...
- (1972). "Observations on Neoliothyrina ****oni - a rare Maastrichtian terebratulid from NW Europe" (PDF). Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark...
- Indiana University Press, 2000. Alfréd Dulai & József Pálfy (2003). The terebratulid brachiopod Lobothyris ? subgregaria as an Early Jur****ic Elvis species...
- Terebratellidina is one of two existing suborders of Terebratulid brachiopods, the other being Terebratulidina. Superfamily Kraussinoidea Superfamily Laqueoidea...
- conservative in form. Athyridids, spiriferids, rhynchonellids, and terebratulids are also very common. Inarticulate forms include Discina and Crania...
- Baranov & Santucci Devonian (Givetian)  United States A stringocephalid terebratulid brachiopod. The type species is Alaskothyris frosti. Albasphe Gen. et...
- biloculare, brachiopod A. caputserpentis Linné, 1758 = undetermined terebratulid brachiopod A. caputserpentis Linné, 1767 = Terebratulina caputserpentis...
- P T J K Pg N Fossil s**** of Neopycnodonte navicularis with a small Terebratulid valve from Pliocene of Italy Scientific cl****ification Kingdom: Animalia...
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